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PFR | Performance

Personal Fitness & Rehabilitation’s (PFR) Approach to Fitness


Regardless of science, practical experience or opinion, a sound Performance Training program rests its foundation on principles that are geared towards team success. These 10-principles lay the groundwork for any coach to successfully fulfill their quest for personal and professional excellence.

Reduce the risk of injury
Keep players in the training facility and competitive arena by minimizing the time lost due to injury.

Train all areas of the body to ensure proper alignment and correct positioning
Address weaknesses, asymmetries and deficiencies before they lead to injury.

Improve the mastery of the sport itself.
Quality over Quantity. The ultimate success of the athlete is not determined by weight room or field numbers, but individual and team success.

Have the ability to modify training protocols based on any situation placed before the staff (including but not limited to injuries, facilities, time allotment or coach’s discretion.)
A sounds sports performance program utilizes all disciplines of strength and conditioning methods to improve sport performance, not just one.

Proper periodization of training sessions will ensure consistent improvements in performance.
Simple training exercises and methods will be mastered before moving ahead to more complex aspects of training

Absorb, modify and apply.
Sports Performance Coaches must continually look for advancement for their program design and application.

Organization, structure and development of training sessions will improve efficiency for coaching and student-athlete development.
Training protocols will be put into place to create the safest and most efficient conditions to train for optimal performance.

Challenge the student-athlete physically, mentally and emotionally in all aspects of training.
Develop the pillars of performance through both individual and team situations.

Utilize all types of training and strength disciplines to maximize team success.
Educate the student-athlete on the relationship between sports performance training and athletic performance.

Provide constant and supportive feedback throughout the quest for personal excellence.
Encourage the heart by remembering the role of serving student-athletes.
Leadership is a relationship, not a title.